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The common denominator in all of the tips is: prepare. It will definitely pay off. The job market is better than it was a few years ago but is still very competitive. So you must have a marketing perspective in your job search. That means always look at things from the employer’s point of view. Ask yourself “How can my background and skills help make this employer’s business more successful?” With this attitude you’ll be way ahead of the competition and be much more likely to hear the two sweetest words for any job candidate: “You’re hired.” By Gale Dunlap

Back in January, one of the themes that we talked about at Morgan Stanley was to expect volatility to pick up in 2014. Historically, when the Fed has reversed course and begun tightening monetary policy, it’s been coincident with a pickup in volatility of the equity markets. As we know, the Fed has been reducing monthly bond purchases by roughly $10 billion each month, and, in effect, that’s a form of tightening. So we’re not too surprised to see volatility picking up a little bit. By Todd Hauer

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Arnie Grossman waited decades for his breakthrough Hollywood moment. It took him all of 35 seconds to get it. That’s how much time Grossman gave himself last November for a carefully rehearsed pitch, describing a movie concept to the agent representing actor Bruce Dern, whose career resurgence was sparked by his Oscar-nominated role in the 2013 film Nebraska. By Stewart Schley

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